Ontario Today | Jun 14, 2013 | 51:38

How has the role of dad changed?

Lionel Tiger, author of The Decline of Males, says men have never had to justify themselves in quite the way they do now. How has the role of fathers changed now that mothers do much of what dads used to do?

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